For years, people have thought that you just have to “live” with tendon pain or tendinitis. Worse yet, they endured multiple injections or even surgery with little relief — robbing them from the ability to work or do the activities they love.
In recent years there has been a significant advancement in how we understand and treat tendon injuries. We keep patients more active, avoid injections and load the tendon slowly and with repetition to help it get stronger and become pain-free.
This excellent video by Professor Jill Cook, the world’s authority on tendon rehabilitation gives a nice overview of the Do’s and Don’ts of treating tendinitis. I follow her protocols in my office and see fantastic results, even when other more traditional methods have failed.
Are you tired of dealing with tendon pain or know someone who needs relief? Book an appointment with me online and we’ll get you started on the road to recovery right away with the most effective methods available today without any drugs or surgery.
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